Monthly Archives: April 2012

Tonteg to Trefforest just a short walk

The Church Village by-pass has impacted on footpaths in the area, and there have also been developments in cycle tracks. I tested out going “off-road” from Tonteg to Trefforest the other day when I needed to pick up the cats’ … Continue reading

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Kilvey Hill, Swansea: council path creation order is not enough

Kilvey Hill, on the east of Swansea, has been used by generations of people from the terraces and estates around.  Unusually, as I found out when invited as nearest Open Spaces Society representative, the network of lanes and tracks have … Continue reading

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Efail Isaf footpath cleared

Many thanks to the Open Spaces Society member who got onto Rhondda-Cynon-Taff council last December about paths.   One blocked and invisible path through Ty Newydd farm near Efail Isaf has now been  re-opened by  council.  (The “proper” description of the … Continue reading

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Update: dog-walkers disappointed in RCT’s action under Highways Act Section 130

Dog-walking friends were pleased that the council agreed to remove obstructions to Footpath 97 under a Highways Act 1980 Section 130 Form.  They commented that we need a traffic free route up the Garth mountain, and they went out on … Continue reading

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